This is book #4, in the Real Love series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend this series be read in order.
Barrett has to "pretend" date another reporter, so they can make ratings magic. Not a stranger to the publicity stunt genre - he decides to go for it. Then he meets the elusive Catarina.
Catalina has never been so insulted. She already has a boyfriend - why must her boss play this game? Barrett is no prize. Ratings is the key here. Only the attraction she is feeling seems to be mutual.....
This book was sparks galore from almost word one. The very sexy characters banter well. The book has a great pace, and lots of heat to keep one turning the page. This is a great addition to the series. I give this story a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This book was provided by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review.
This is book #3, in the Real Love series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. To avoid spoilers, and to have a better understanding of the series, I recommend reading this series in order.
Becca walks in to work and has a few surprises right away. One of them being a new hottie she had never seen around here. He makes her tingle and she wants to let him know she has her eye on him before he can get away.
Dax has taken a time out. It all built up until it was too much. Then he meets someone who is not only worth his time, but really finds him worth it. Can they get their timing right and meet one another in the middle?
Such a sexy story with the heat building almost from the very first page. With each spark flying, there is character development, sizzling personalities, and much more. I found that this was a great installment to the series also. Maybe we will get lucky and this one will make it to the big screen? In the mean time, I will give it a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.
Dax Vaughn needs a break from his life. His father recently passed away and he has been stopping his life to take care of his mother. Now he just needs some quite time and has rented a cabin at Grand Lark Retreat in Tennessee for two weeks. On the day Dax arrives, he stops at the bar/restaurant on the property and is immediately taken by the bartender/waitress who just showed up and getting chewed out by her boss.
Becca Stone has been wandering through life aimlessly. She is not sure what she wants to do in her and has tried multiple jobs. Now she's back in her hometown, living and working for her brother, Tad. Tad is beyond irritated with his little sister and just wants her to grow up. After Tad "fires" Becca yet again at the bar, she decides she is going to check out the hot guy sitting by himself. Maybe she find a quick one-night stand.
Things escalate pretty quickly between Dax and Becca and what was suppose to be only one night is quickly turning into more. Neither of these two expected the explosion that happened when they hooked up but neither of them can deny it. Dax thinks he may have actually found someone he could have something real with.....too bad Becca is used to just running away when things get good.
It was great watching the relationship between Dax and Becca play out. It was a tough rough road, mostly for Becca but it was sure worth it in the end. Their happy ending was just perfect!
I really love this series. If you are looking for some fun, enjoyable, hot stories, give this series a try!
eARC courtesy of Random House Publishing Group (Loveswept) and NetGalley
Street date in Jan 9th 2018
Dax is on a trip to get away, having recently lost his dad. He's got a remote cabin rented for camping. Becca works for her brother. Having been late one too many times, she got fired. Loudly, in front of Dax (and some other people). She noticed Dax and thought he was hot. Dax noticed Becca and thought she was hot.
What follows is their one-night stand, turned 2 week affair, turned coupledom. I liked the duel POV. Dax was decent. Becca, not-so-much. Becca was immature, annoying, and flighty. Sure, she improved by the end, but I didn't really buy into the romance because it took her the whole book to get there. I did like the appearances in the end by the first 2 "book couples" Vince/Jackie and Grace/Davis.
My least favorite of the 3.